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  • Art - Painting
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    Any medium and subject can be used and we help each other when necessary. We have occasional outdoor sessions and visits to a London Gallery. We hope to hold an annual exhibition in May. 
    We meet in Seal Village Hall each Thursday morning, starting on first Thursday in September if not before..  For further information, please contact:

    Contact :   David Milman

    Meetings :  Thursday, weekly, 10.00 - 1.00

  • Botanical Painting


    We are a small, friendly, self-help group which meets fortnightly using watercolour to paint flowers, fruit, or vegetables in a botanical manner.  A new members will be welcomed and encouraged. Please contact the Group Organiser  for more details.

    Contact :  Janet Wilson

    Meetings :   Thursday,  1st & 3rd,   10.00 - 12.00

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  • Crochet


    Would you like to learn to Crochet ?
    This is a small friendly group of ladies enjoying their crochet.  Everyone is helped individually by the group organiser and therefore learns at their own pace.  Members can be a beginner, or someone who has “done a little bit” and wants to improve.
    We meet on the fourth Wednesday of the month in the afternoon, and members take turns in holding a meeting at their house.

    Contact : Pauline Gofton

    Meetings :   Wednesday, 1st,  2:00 - 4:00

  • Galleries Group


    Thought-provoking discussions on art and visits to exhibitions and museum collections in London and further afield, including lesser known galleries

    Contact :  Chris Dance

    Meetings :   Wednesday, 1st,  14:00 - 16:00    2nd - Visit

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  • Needlecraft


    Embroiderers, quilters and knitters meet to exchange sewing skills.

    Contact : Georgina Reynolds

    Meetings :   Tuesday,   1st & 3rd,   14:00 - 16:00

  • Wire & Beaded Jewellery Making
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    We meet round a table in each others' homes making a variety of wire & beaded jewellery. Abilities range from beginners to intermediate. All that is needed can be provided for the first few weeks, including beads, wire and small tools.  The idea is to exchange ideas, learn and help each other to create inspirational jewellery while enjoying ourselves.  Occasional visits to jewellery exhibitions and galleries are agreed and outside workshops arranged.

    Contact :   Cherry Moss

    Meetings :   Wednesday,  2nd,  10:00 - 12:30

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